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Job Purpose:
Risk Manager required to join an expanding Financial Services Group, to assist in the delivery of an effective risk management framework.

Key Responsibilities:
Delivery of an effective Risk Management Framework across the Group
Lead a programme of Risk and Control Assessments across the Group
Manage and develop a framework of risk appetite measures, including key operational risk metrics
Support the Head of Risk and Compliance and other Senior Managers in discharging their duties under the Controlled Function and
Provide the Executive Risk Committee, Audit Risk and Compliance Committee, and subsidiary Boards with an objective evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of internal control and the risk management framework
Ongoing development of the Risk Management framework, designing, building and implementing robust tools for managing risk across the Group;
Actively identify control weaknesses and assist in the design, documentation and implementation of more robust controls;
Work actively and collaboratively with the business to ensure a consistent and integrated approach is applied to risk management
Monitor control enhancement activity to ensure complete and timely remedial action for control weaknesses
Manage an incidents and events framework, capturing errors, losses, and operational complaints

Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience in risk management and risk reporting
Hold a relevant professional risk/compliance qualification
Up to date working knowledge of international risk management methodologies
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience presenting to senior management and internal committees

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits

Job Purpose:
Compliance Officer required to join an established Trust Company based on the island. The role is primarily to assist in the running of the Compliance Department supporting the MLRO.

Key Responsibilities:
Assisting with the management of the Compliance Department in conjunction with the MLRO
Provide practical, tailored advice and guidance on the proper application and interpretation of laws and regulations
Establish and maintain strong working relationships, both internally and externally
Education and on-going training on compliance issues
Conduct risk assessments, file reviews and evaluate proposed new business
Monitor compliance in key risk areas
Review, maintain, enhance and test documented policies & procedures and ensure staff accessibility and awareness at all times
Automatic exchange of information - working with existing staff on FATCA and CRS classification & reporting programme
Data Protection - working with the Data Protection Officer & assisting with adoption & integration of new GDPR regulation
Work with and assist the Group Compliance Director in relation to group compliance strategy, policies and procedures

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a similar compliance position
Valid and valuable experience in fiduciary industry
Hold or working towards a relevant professional qualification in compliance or AML

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and benefits.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Company Secretary required for a dynamic property development company based in Douglas, to maintain statutory books and records, ensure the timely filing of returns, convene board meetings and collate reporting, along with associated administration responsibilities.

Key Responsibilities:
Maintain statutory books and records, ensuring the timely filing of statutory returns
Convene board meetings including the collation of reports to form a board pack
Minute board of director meetings, assisting / managing action points and also including the preparation of shareholder resolutions
Incorporation of companies, assisting with group structuring and the administration of a busy portfolio of property owning and development companies

Skills & Experience:
Part or fully ICSA qualified desirable but not essential, with significant experience within Senior Administration work in Trust and Corporate Services also considered
Will meet key staff criteria to be able to hold Directorships, as needed
Enthusiastic approach, used to working both autonomously but also with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a small, dynamic team
Strong organisational skills with the ability to manage concurrent tasks and changing priorities
Potentially able to travel to the UK for board and project meetings

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm although flexibility in hours can also be considered, salary in line with experience and qualifications and with additional company benefits

Job Purpose:
A Compliance Administrator is sought by an international Corporate & Trust Services Provider based in central Douglas. Joining on a permanent basis, the role holder will support the existing team in ensuring compliance with all relevant regularity and legislative requirements.

Key Responsibilities:
Review KYC/CDD received for individuals and/or entities and addressing any potentially deficiencies
Conducting background checks on individuals and entities
Risk cycle file reviews
FATCA & CRS screening, PEP screening and enhanced DD activities

Skills & Experience:
Holding (or working towards) relevant professional qualification
Good knowledge of compliance and the regulatory environment, and of offshore trust and corporate structures
Commitment to ongoing professional development and training
Excellent discretion, judgement and organisational skills, and able to initiate projects with minimal instigation or oversight

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours; Salary commensurate with relevant skills and experience; Company benefits package

Job Purpose:
Experienced Internal Audit Manager, who holds or is working towards a recognised Internal Auditor qualification, is sought by a growing Financial Services Group to ensure the timely delivery of high quality assurance audit reports, providing independent and objective evaluation of the adequacy, effectiveness and quality of operational, risk management and governance internal control framework. Some travel to the UK may be required.

Key Responsibilities:
Leading the internal audits in the UK and Isle of Man, across all of the Group's companies
The timely delivery of high quality assurance audit reports on third party intermediaries and portfolios of businesses, in line with requirements established by the internal Credit and Audit Risk & Compliance Committees
Providing independent and objective evaluation of the adequacy, effectiveness and quality of operational, risk management and governance internal control framework

Skills & Experience:
Hold or working towards obtaining a recognised Internal Auditor qualification
Up to date knowledge of Internal audit and current regulations; experienced in leading internal audits and managing associated reporting
Ideally, experience of consumer retail finance or banking, with a good understanding of the Credit Consumer Act

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, competitive salary in line with experience and qualifications and plus benefits

Job Purpose:
Risk & Compliance professional required to join an Investment Group, as the Risk & Regulatory Compliance Officer, with responsibility for providing support and advice on the identification and management of regulatory compliance risks across the group companies.

Key Responsibilities:
Monitor and interpret regulation and legislation for compliance with legislation and regulation
Undertake Line 2 Assurance reviews to validate, assess and opine on the degree of compliance
Prepare and deliver training to staff and Directors on Anti-Money Laundering and other compliance related matters
Implement and oversee a consistent framework to ensure appropriate levels of awareness and control in safeguarding and upholding the reputation of the business
Proactively participate in Regulatory consultation to ensure the business is engaged in the process of shaping and influencing regulations and legislation
Support with managing the day-to-day relationship and correspondence with regulators
Prompt escalation and regulatory reporting where required
Ensure the Board and Risk committees feel sufficiently informed and that business practices are developed in line with good practice
Review of Risk Appetite Statements and reporting to the Board on the suitability of any proposed tolerances
Support with ensuring the Group operates within an appropriate and agreed risk management framework
Write accurate, clear and concise reports for Management and the Board
Make formal reports to law enforcement agencies
Personally support the Group Risk Director

Skills & Experience:
Significant and in-depth knowledge of the responsibilities of a Risk & Compliance Officer in an investment management of life assurance business
Hold a relevant professional qualification
Understanding of different categories of risk from a technical and operational prospective
Experience in a multijurisdictional environment

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits

Job Purpose:
Governance, Risk & Compliance Manager is required to actively lead and manage the team on a day-to-day basis; previous experience managing and developing a team is required. Supporting the Risk and Compliance officer's monitoring, the successful individual will have a proven track record within governance, ideally within an International Life Assurance company.

Key Responsibilities:
Actively manage the team on a day to day basis, including training and development and workload management
Responsible for ensuring that the Group's system of Governance is in line with the wider group's expectations
Ensuring the effective and timely daily screening of policyholders in accordance regulations and company standards
Liaison with regulatory bodies

Skills & Experience:
Governance background with an understanding of Risk and Compliance, ideally within Life Assurance, for experience to also include understanding of products, charging structures and procedures
Strong regulatory understanding, to include AML/ CFT, Sanctions and PEP requirements and IOMFSA regulations
Experienced in leading a team of around 8 staff, managing their training and development and workload and used to liaison with regulatory bodies

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, competitive salary and benefits package in line with experience and qualifications


Job Purpose:
Experienced and qualified Compliance specialist required to fulfil MLRO and Data Protection/GDPR responsibilities for an established Corporate Service Provider on a reduced hours basis. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring that all aspects of Compliance and AML codes are managed and that internal procedures comply with codes and are adhered to.

Key Responsibilities:
Acting as MLRO and managing the company's Data Protection responsibilities; responsible for the corporate governance of an IOM regulated Trust & Corporate Service Provider
Acting as the main point of contact with the FSA, producing quarterly compliance report and presenting this at Board Meetings
Ensuring that all aspects of Compliance and AML codes are managed and policies and procedures comply with codes and are adhered to
Manage the risk profiling of the company's operations, products and clients, reviewing risk profiles on an ad hoc or annual basis

Skills & Experience:
Holder of a recognised Compliance qualification, with extensive experience within Financial Services, ideally Fiduciary Services and a strong working relationship with the FSA
In depth knowledge of FSA regulations and a willingness to acquire new knowledge on an ongoing basis
Confident and articulate, with strength of character and good communication skills, to advise the board and senior managers to instil a strong compliance culture across the business

Hours & Benefits:
Reduced hours, details to be discussed. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications

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